Boo! 5 Spooky Halloween Getaways
  • October 19, 2015
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Boo! 5 Spooky Halloween Getaways

Forget about the tricks and treat yourself to a spooky getaway at one of these happening Halloween spots.

New Orleans
New Orleans

Wander with the spirits in the above-ground cemeteries and century-old buildings of New Orleans. Take a Haunted History Tour and explore the French Quarter after dark. If you’re hoping to meet vampires, ghosts or voodoo queens, America’s most haunted city is your perfect destination.

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New York City
New York City

Everything in NYC is over-the-top, and the Village Halloween Parade is no exception. Spectacular costumes, giant puppets, music, dancing… and the best part? It’s easy to join the parade! Just show up in your costume on 6th Ave at Canal Street between 7 and 9pm.

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Portland
Portland

The luxurious beds of Portland’s Benson Hotel promise a good night’s sleep… unless a poltergeist keeps you awake. The hotel is reportedly haunted by a number of ghosts, including Simon Benson himself. Tip: Ask for a room on the 7th, 9th or 12th floor, as they seem to experience the most paranormal activity.

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Orlando
Orlando

Looking for something a little less frightening? Check out the totally kid-friendly Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Walt Disney World®, Orlando. All through October the park is happily haunted, and if you’re in costume, you can collect candy throughout the Magic Kingdom.

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San Francisco
San Francisco

Did you know San Francisco is officially the best city for Trick-or-Treating in the US? Check out where you can score the best candy in town. End your perfect Halloween by by literally stepping into a Hitchcock movie and stay the night at the Hotel Vertigo.

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Written by Penny Q. Lane

Penny is a travel specialist for Stayful.com. She loves collecting antique luggage, and then proceeding to drag her collection around the world on her frequent travels. “Boutique hotels have been something of a hidden gem for some time. It is so refreshing that travelers now have a clear avenue to satiate their growing appetite for a unique hotel experience.”